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A new huge timesaver + Surface 2 Agent 0:48

May 28th, 2010 at 11:11pm by Vitor

DaTeL237, an active player from, posted that you could hold strafe on the cutscene of any level of Goldeneye, using a 2.2 or 2.4 control style (check his post here). That alone saves about 0.5/6 seconds, according to our top players.

To summarize it, you can hold strafe with a second controller (using a rubber band or holding it yourself), and then you just adjust your strafe with your main controller. Jimmy Bauer brought that to our boards, and instantly David Clemens got Surface 2 Agent 0:48, the perfect level to put that into use, as it’s played only on right strafe. Obviously that can be used on other levels aswell, but it will require some time to master the strafe changes, so let’s just wait and see!

Rayan Isran also got Surface 2 Agent 0:48 a couple days later using the new timesaver; you can check his run (btw a very nice run) here: Rayan Isran – Surface 2 Agent 0:48

Posted: May 28th, 2010
at 11:11pm by Vitor

Categories: Uncategorized

Comments: 1 comment

  • DaTeL237

    ofc it also works mid-lvl…. e.g. it’s faster to run into the crate/safe at the archives-talk and then snap out of it.. since you’ll be at full-speed is the home of the world's fastest GoldenEye and Perfect Dark speedruns.

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